Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 71 – So Much TV News! Flash! Arrow! Agents of SHIELD!...

There is so much comic book related TV news in the new episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! Find out which shows are returning next fall, and which aren’t (Constantine, RIP)! Plus, Billy and Dave give you their picks on what comic books should be picking up this Wednesday, and review Avengers: Age of Ultron, iZombie Vol 3 and Secret Wars #1! This episode is jam packed with content! Give it a listen! Note: This episode contains spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron. http://ia600307.us.archive.org/23/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode71/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2071.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

How To Buy NYCC Tickets!...

The day we’ve been waiting for it finally here. Reed Pop announced today to buy New York Comic Con tickets this year. There have been big changes from last year to the Retail Partner Program, so make sure you read all the details below. The Saturday ticket and Kids ticket prices have stayed the same, but every other ticket has seen a price increase from last year. Thursday increased by $5 from $35 to $40. Friday and Sunday have also gone up $5, from $45 to $50. It’s interesting that Friday and Sunday are now the same price as Saturday. Usually Saturday is more expensive because it’s seen as “the” day to go. The multi-day tickets both jumped $10, for $65 for the 3-Day and $95 for the 4-Day to $75 and $105 respectively. There are two VIP packages, both of whose details are outlined on the NYCC website. The two packages sell for $215 and $525. There are three ways to buy tickets to NYCC this year: 1) Online 2) At Special Edition: NYC 3) From Midtown Comics. I’m breaking down each option in this post. ONLINE Online ticket sales will take place on Wednesday, May 13 at 12 noon eastern time on the NYCC website. Unlike the past few years, where VIP Packages, 4-Day Passes, 3-Day Passes and individual day tickets went on sale on different days, everything is going on sale at noon on May 13. Yes, there were a lot of problems last year with the site crashing, and hopefully New York Comic Con addresses that this year, but even with dealing with the site crashes, and tickets showing up as sold out one minute and on sale the next, online remains the best way to secure yourself a ticket....

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 32...

Hey comic book fans! Billy and Dave are back with another episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! We’re previewing new comics coming out Wednesday, August 13, 2014, as well as talking about the books we’re loving right now. Dave is on a huge Jonathan Hickman read, and Billy is swimming in X-Men comics. Plus, the guys discuss the newly released Batman: Assault on Arkham DVD, and Billy recounts what it was like trying to get New York Comic Con tickets in New York City last week.   http://ia902307.us.archive.org/2/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode32/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2032.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

NYCC 2014 Tickets On Sale Friday 8/8/14 at Comic Book Stores!...

Have you bought your New York Comic Con 2014 tickets yet? NYCC tickets sold out in record time online this year. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 3-Day and 4-Day passes are all sold out on the NYCC website. You’ll have one last opportunity to buy tickets starting this Thursday, 8/7/14 when NYCC 2014 tickets will begin being sold in comic book stores. Here’s how it works. On Thursday, 8/7/14, the downtown location Midtown Comics on Fulton St will kick off retail sales of NYCC 2014 tickets. This location of Midtown Comics will be the ONLY store selling tickets on Thursday. I have to say, after last year’s fiasco of having lines snaking for blocks and people having to wait hours and hours in line, I’m surprised that New York Comic Con and Midtown Comics have decided to have the downtown store sell tickets one day early again. It couldn’t have been more of a snafu last year for both customers and Midtown’s staff. In case you missed our announcement, Midtown Comics will have #NYCC tix for sale next week! http://t.co/VdHxVBoaK7 pic.twitter.com/mSTLNzfY3Q — Midtown Comics (@MidtownComics) July 29, 2014 On Friday, 8/8/14, the other stores selling NYCC 2014 tickets will begin their sales. #NYCC Tickets will be on sale at a retailer near you on August 8! Find a retailer near you: http://t.co/BWSoWlLqLw pic.twitter.com/ItvJ8we5gI — New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) July 31, 2014 Here is a list of all the stores selling NYCC tickets, and which tickets they’ll be selling. If you’re looking for a 4-Day pass, Midtown Comics is the only store carrying it. Demand for NYCC tickets is higher than its ever been. If you want a NYCC 3-Day or 4-Day pass, I recommend making it a priority to get yourself early to a store...